Business Analytics Software Market to Tank $120.27 Billion by 2027, Claims Allied Market Research

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Current estimation of 2027 is to be lower than pre-COVID-19 estimates. The market to recover from mid-2022 and will be struggling with a slow growth rate

PORTLAND, OREGON, UNITED STATES, September 15, 2021 / — As per the report, the global business analytics software industry garnered $53.68 billion in 2019, and is projected to reach $120.27 billion by 2027, generating a CAGR of 10.5% from 2020 to 2027. Rise in adoption by several organizations, increase in demand for cloud-based business analytics software among SMEs, and surge in awareness regarding numerous benefits offered by business analytics solutions have boosted the growth of the global business analytics software market. However, high implementation cost and lack of skilled workforce hamper the market. On the contrary, emerging trends such as social media analytics and rise in need to gain insights for business planning are expected to create lucrative

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Judge Rules Massive Blow Against Apple’s App Store Business

  • The judge in the case between “Fortnite” maker Epic Games and Apple issued a ruling on Friday.
  • Apple must allow app makers the ability to monetize their apps without paying Apple.
  • Epic has to pay Apple over $3.5 million in owed royalties, and still can’t charge users directly in apps.

The end of the months-long legal saga between Apple and “Fortnite” maker

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finally came on Friday when Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers issued a ruling with bad news for both parties — and a major blow to Apple’s App Store business.

In Apple’s case, the App Store is being forced to allow app makers the ability to link out and sell items directly to their users via external payment methods. That means app makers will be allowed to directly link out to alternative ways for purchasing, giving them a new way to avoid App Store

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Common Grounds dining option is closed -The Brown and White

Common Grounds, Rauch Business Center’s café that served Starbucks Coffee, house-made soups, hand-rolled sushi as well as hot and cold sandwiches, closed indefinitely on Aug. 30. 

Some students were surprised when they heard about Common Grounds’ closure. 

Joe Wesselman, ‘22, would typically visit Common Grounds two to three times a week to get his usual salad or the occasional turkey, bacon and ranch sandwich.

“I didn’t know Common Grounds was closed until I walked up to the doors and found a note on the door,”  Wesselman said. “I had planned on eating lunch there and had actually passed other places to eat on campus, so I was pretty disappointed to find out one of my favorite spots was closed.”

Wesselman was not the only one displeased by the news of Common Grounds closing. 

Michael Monahan, ‘22, who also frequented Common Grounds for a morning coffee, was disappointed to see one

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United, American, Southwest lower forecasts due to delta Covid variant

MIAMI, FLORIDA – SEPTEMBER 03: Travelers make their way through the Miami International Airport before starting the Labor Day weekend on September 03, 2021 in Miami, Florida. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended that people unvaccinated against the Covid-19 virus should not travel this weekend. Those who are should wear their masks and take precautions due to the country’s high level of Covid-19 transmission. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

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Several U.S. airlines on Thursday lowered their financial forecasts, citing weaker bookings amid a rise in Covid-19 cases in recent weeks.

United Airlines said weaker revenue will mean adjusted pretax losses in the third and fourth quarters of this year. The Chicago-based carrier said in July it expected to post pretax profits for that period. It plans to further trim capacity this year because of weaker demand.

United said

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